Thursday, 4 June , 2020

BRICS

The $10 Trillion Investment Plan to Integrate the Eurasian Supercontinent

By Federico PIERACCINI The Chinese Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), by lending out money using an alternative currency to the dollar, opens up huge spaces for...

“De-Dollarization” and the “Resistance Economy”? President Putin in Tehran, Negotiating A...

De-Dollarization and the Unfolding Resistance Economy? By Peter Koenig President Putin arrived in Tehran on 1 November for talks with the Ayatollah Khamenei. First, to cement the Nuclear...

Putin on Nuclear Arms, October Revolution, Trump, Catalonia, BRICS, West and...

Meeting of the Valdai International Discussion Club Vladimir Putin took part in the final plenary session of the 14th annual meeting of the Valdai International Discussion Club titled The World of the Future: Moving Through Conflict...

BRICS – Potential and Future in an Emerging New World Economy

Based on an interview with Tashreeq Truebody, Radio 786, South Africa By Peter Koenig Global Economy and Brics Peter Koenig Let’s put the BRICS in perspective: The BRICS are...

Russia ready to counter ‘excessive domination’ of certain reserve currencies –...

"We will also work towards a more balanced distribution of quotas and voting shares within the IMF and the World Bank," Putin said MOSCOW, September...

The World condemns USA – BRICS issue historic joint statement on...

BRICS Issues Joint Statement: Illegal Military Intervention in Syria Is Unacceptable The joint BRICS statement says military action in Syria without authorization from the UN...

The retreat of neoliberalism

An internal IMF report admitting the destructive nature of neoliberalism may have come too late for many African countries. The neoliberal structural adjustment programmes have led to economic hardships, political instability and conflicts in most African countries where they have been implemented.

IMF issues warning over growing Chinese debt problems

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has issued its clearest warning yet about the global implications of rising corporate debt in China. It came in the form of an address delivered by David Lipton, its first managing director, at a conference in Shenzhen at the weekend.

Perry Anderson – Crisis in Brazil

The BRIC countries are in trouble. For a season the dynamos of international growth while the West was mired in the worst financial crisis...

The Collapse of the Western Fiat Monetary System may have Begun

By Peter Koenig On 19 April 2016, China was rolling out its new gold-backed yuan. Russia’s ruble has been fully supported by gold for the...